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HR Administrator

  • Location:

    Crook, County Durham

  • Sector:

    Human Resources

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    Up to £11.21 per hour

  • Contact:

    Newcastle CL

  • Contact email:

    [email protected]

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  • Published:

    2 months ago

  • Duration:

    6 Months

  • Expiry date:


  • Startdate:


Job Description

HR Administrator

Location: Harperley Hall, Fir Tree, Wolsingham, Crook DL158DS - (Hybrid Work from Home and Office)

Rate of Pay: £11.21ph

Start Date: April

Shifts: Monday-Friday (9am-5pm) - 37 hours per week

Contract Length: 6 Months initially

My client at College of Policing is looking for someone reliable, pro-active and trustworthy who is a quick learner to join their fast paced team as soon as possible. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone who is interested in a mixture of HR, administration, payroll and customer service.

To provide first line HR advise, guidance and support to college current, former and future employees, line managers, corporate service colleagues and suppliers.
Provide a full administrative service to include email, data entry and create and maintain, upload and back up college intranet and internet pages, HR file and employee databases.
Administer end to end life-cycle transactional HR processes including internal transfers, leavers, payroll support, salary and pay changes, leave arrangements and benefits administration.
Administer specific recruitment campaigns for internal and external applicants, setting up recruitment and employee files, co-ordinating arrangements with line managers and recruitment agencies.
Develop, maintain and update electronic HR and SAP records.
Compile, analyse and summarise employee data to produce a range of management reports, in accordance with business needs.
Arrange, coordinate and attend interviews, assessments centres, meetings and other events using LTM and Outlook, including scheduling attendees and interviewer/assessors, booking rooms, equipment, refreshments, travel and accommodation.
Maintain a safe working environment by monitoring, reporting and arranged the rectification of office equipment, cleaning and maintenance faults. Ensure security of access to premises by providing a first level reception service to callers.
Use college systems to make small value purchases, generate, reconcile and monitor purchase orders and receipt deliveries.

Skills and achievements required for this role;
" Level 3 qualification (e.g. A-levels, CIPD Certificate in People Practice, NVQ level 3 or similar) or extensive equivalent level experience in a related area
" GCSE passes in English Language and Mathematics or equivalent qualifications
" Evidence of commitment to continuing professional development in HR
" Previous administrative experience in an HR and/or recruitment function with demonstrable organisational ability, working methodically with attention to detail
" Experience of scheduling meetings or events, preparing agendas and documentation, taking and drafting accurate minutes
" Experience of managing a wide variety of activities, multi-tasking and delivering to tight deadlines
" Proficient in MS Office applications
" Proficient in SAP or equivalent HR database
" Excellent verbal and written communication skills with customer-focused attitude and telephone manner
" Excellent standard of planning and organisational ability © College of Policing Limited 2020 Page 4 of 4
" Ability to prioritise work to ensure deadlines are met
" Ability to work in a pressurised environment, remaining calm while dealing with a range of tasks simultaneously
" Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team
" Knowledge and understanding of principles of employment law and HR good practice
" Minute taking
" Knowledge of Data Protection and Freedom of Information Legislation
" Knowledge of software packages such as SAP, e-procurement and specialist policing systems relevant to role
" Knowledge of UK policing environment and Police Services geography Other information

Vetting level: NPPV3/SC
Generic Job Description -specific tasks may vary between roles and locations
Role contributes to the performance of the team and flexibility is required to support the wider business needs

Will require occasional travel to all College of Policing sites and to those of Policing related organisations in England and Wales

If you are interested in this position and have the relevant experience, please apply online.


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